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Introduction to Docker swarm

Introduction to Docker swarm

Submitted by • February 27, 2020

Docker Swarm is used as the native clustering and scheduling tool for Docker. It allows IT, administrators and developers, to establish and manage a cluster of Docker nodes as a single virtual system. It is described in Go and released for the first time by Docker, Inc. in November 2015.

Orchestration and the cluster management features integrated into the Docker Engine are built using swarmkit. Swarmkit is a discrete project which executes Docker’s orchestration layer and is used straight within Docker. It is a toolkit for orchestrating distributed systems at any scale. It contains primitives for raft-based consensus, node discovery, task scheduling and many more.

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